For the first time in years the state budget is seeing a surplus rather than a deficit and Lawmakers seem to think this money is a lot more than it really is.
Colorado lawmakers started work Monday on what may be the Legislature’s trickiest job of the year: Crafting an education overhaul without $1 billion a year in new taxes.
Colorado’s marijuana experiment is going well, but state regulators say there’s a lot of work to do regulating the newly legal drug.
Marijuana farmers and agricultural tax breaks are the next wrinkle facing the states that have legal weed as lawmakers debate how to tax the product while it’s growing.
Gimmick or godsend, a retail sales tax holiday for consumers is getting a serious look by Colorado lawmakers.
Colorado lawmakers are entering their final month of the 2012 session with plenty left to do – but without the caustic atmosphere one might expect in the closing days of an election year.
Colorado lawmakers want to reduce the cost of college for students by directing higher education institutions to create a system of awarding credit for job experience and military service.
Colorado state lawmakers head back to work this week with the top priority of putting more Coloradans back to work, but once again there’s an extremely tight budget.